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Harkemase Boys

Harkemase Boys
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Full name Voetbalvereniging Harkemase Boys
Nickname(s) De Boys, de Harrekieten
Founded 26th of June, 1946
Ground De Bosk
Harkema, Netherlands
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman Netherlands Pieter Spinder
Manager Netherlands Willem Brouwer
League Hoofdklasse
2012–13 Hoofdklasse, 9th
Home colours
Away colours

Harkemase Boys is a football club from Harkema in the Netherlands. The club currently plays in the Hoofdklasse, the second highest league of amateur football in the Netherlands.

Current squad

As of 12 June 2013.[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Netherlands GK Jacob de Vries
Netherlands GK Maikel Kampjes
Netherlands DF Arjen Bergsma
Netherlands DF Paulo Francisco
Netherlands DF Stevan de Geijter
Netherlands DF Arjen de Haan
Netherlands DF Robin Huisman de Jong
Netherlands DF Bart Kroon
Netherlands DF Jasper Valentijn
Netherlands MF Harvey Bischop
Netherlands MF Raymond Bolt
Netherlands MF Joery Brouwer
No. Position Player
Netherlands MF Sake de Haan
Netherlands MF Roel van der Meulen
Netherlands MF Klaas Schotanus (captain)
Netherlands MF Joel Wagenaar
Netherlands MF Jordy van Wijk
Netherlands MF Erwin de Wind
Netherlands FW Johnsen Bacuna
Netherlands FW Gersinio Constansia
Netherlands FW Arton Musliu
Netherlands FW Simon Schreiber
Netherlands FW Joram Smits
Netherlands FW Heine Uuldriks

References

External links

  • Official website (Dutch)
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